happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 9 - 11 September
Things To Do For The Weekend 9 - 11 September
Updated on 09 September 2021

The week is soon over and another weekend is just almost upon us. Here are some fun events happening around Dubai to help get you make the most of the weekend. From steak nights to watching movies, these events are sure to bring fun with friends and family this weekend.

Yoga at The View

When 10 September

Where The View at The Palm

What better way to begin the weekend than by attending a relaxing session of Yoga with a stunning view. Delight in an hour-long session on the 52nd floor at The View at The Palm. The 360-degree observation deck will offer a great view that is sure to leave you feeling your best. Attendees need to bring their own mat and towel.

www.theviewpalm.ae

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90s Stars in Concert 

When 10 September

Where Dubai Opera

If you cannot get enough of 90s music, then Dubai Opera is the place to be. Marty Cintron, founder and lead singer of No Mercy will perform When I Die, Missing and more. Alongside Jenny Berggren, Swedish singer, songwriter and composer will perform her work with Ace of Base the band including All That She Wants as well as songs from her debut album, My Story.

www.dubaiopera.com

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Foodie Month

When Till 30 September

Where Around Dubai

If you love food and enjoy trying out new cuisines and flavours, then delight in the whole month of exclusive deals and promotions through the month of September. From trying Mexican cuisine to Italian dishes, enjoy casual dining with prices starting from Dhs 99 to upscale dining at Dhs 199.

www.morecravings.com

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Clueless Film Screening

When 10 and 11 September

Where Cinema Akil

Go back down memory lane to the 90s with the hit comedy movie, Clueless based on the novel, Emma by Jane Austen. The movie stars Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, and Paul Rudd and revolves around a high school teenager that decides to give the new girl a makeover to make her popular.

www.cinemaakil.com

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Akoustica with The Seen

When 11 September

Where Dialogue Dubai

Dialogue Dubai is hosting #TheSeenIsOn from 9pm on Saturdays. Performing will be The Seen, a Pakistani band known for their music in Sufi pop/rock, fusion and acoustic. From 6pm, resident DJ Pierre will also play some tunes for all.

www.dialogue.com

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Steak Night

When 9 September

Where Foxglove and Soho Beer Garden

Start the weekend the right way with a delicious steak night at Foxglove and Soho Beer Garden. Delight in a dinner for two with steak and drinks, all priced at Dhs 320.

www.foxglovedxb.com

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